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Sleep Advisory Board member Dr. Dawn Dore-Stites talks about the link between sleep and migraines in this article on the best methods for preventing migraines.
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How did you sleep last night? Did it give you a spectacular recharge, or was it on and off, leaving you in the lurch come morning? You may not have considered it before, but is your bedroom environment helping or hurting your chances of getting a great night’s sleep? If you’re at all in doubt, you may want to consider making use of one or more of these easy bedroom upgrades to help upgrade your nightly slumber:
Eye mask: a low-cost solution for creating a dark sleep environment. Even a sliver of light can give your body trouble with trying to start up the sleep process. An eye mask is a great way to cover all your bases when it comes to light in your environment. You can find a rather inexpensive store brand
From time to time, Reverie collaborates with its partners to bring you special content. This month, Raymour & Flanigan is bringing you some special spring design tips.
Spring will soon be here. It’s easy to feel a renewed sense of energy at the thought of the days growing longer, the sun shining warmer, and the world around us blooming. Many of us clear out the winter cobwebs with spring cleaning. It’s also a great time to breathe new life into your home by incorporating the beauty of the season into your interior design. What better place to begin than the room where you start and end each day?
Today, Raymour & Flanigan is bringing you eight interior design tips to freshen up your bedroom in time for spring. With crisp colors, fresh textures and new bedroom accents, you’ll be ready to sp
It’s your anniversary dinner, and you go out to that new Italian restaurant you’ve been eyeing for months. You wine and dine with abandon—roasted garlic, spicy octopus, pasta with sausage and rivers of homemade tomato sauce, and—of course—wine. Lots and lots of red wine.
You come home and get in bed, full and content and ready to doze off, when all of a sudden it hits you like a freight train: acid reflux. Acid reflux, also known as heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is a burning discomfort located in your stomach, chest, or throat. It can also bring with it a sour taste in your mouth, nausea, bloating, and other unpleasant symptoms. It perhaps goes without saying that acid reflux makes it a bit difficult to fall asleep.
What's giving you indigestion?
Caused by what’s called a hiatal hernia, acid reflux occurs when the sto
Durable materials and increased lifespan notwithstanding, every mattress, no matter how sturdy, sees its last sleep. Eventually, an innerspring mattress weakens, the memory foam topper wears out, the cover grows thin, and every mattress eventually reaches the end of its days.
And when the time has come to buy a new mattress, you also need to figure out how to dispose of your old one (amid the myriad other decisions you’ll need to make about your new purchase).
Fortunately, the answer isn’t as complicated as you might fear. There are essentially three options: government collection, private collection, and recycling or mattress donation.
Government & private resources
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One of the main reasons that life, as it was 150 years ago, looks so different to us today is the enormous amount of technological advancements that have come along and changed how we live our lives. Instant communication with friends half a world away, traveling across a continent in a matter of hours, and getting anything imaginable shipped right to our door would’ve been inconceivable a century and a half ago.
Yet, for all these improvements that have made our lives easier over the years, there’s one essential part of our daily lives that hasn’t made any big technological leaps: the bed. Maybe it’s because we’ve been sleeping since the dawn of time and so we assume we have it down pat, but our beds have been essentially the same for hundreds of years: flat, with maybe some spongy material for comfort. A revolution for bed tech is on the horizon, however, and it’s being sparked by one innovative game-changer: the adjustable bed frame.
Every company in the industry talks about how great their beds are. But, as in most of life, it's not what you say about yourself, but your repuation that matters—which is why independent verification is so important. Particularly when it comes to your bed. If you’re taking care of your health, you spend about a third of your life in your bed. What materials went into it? Are they safe? Have they been rigorously tested by reputable outside sources?
At Reverie®, that answer is yes. An obsessive yes, in fact. We are truly dedicated to bringing you a happy, healthy bed. So we aggressively pursue certifications and reviews that are meaningful. Click the logos below to visit each organizations' site, or scroll down for more info on the different standards and a full list of our certifications.
There’s no relationship in your life quite like your relationship with your bed. You spend close to a third of your life lying in it, and a lot of that time is spent in sweet sleep—no wonder we all demand so much from these squishy rectangles.
When you have a great bed, it really is a gift that you experience daily, whether it’s coming home after a long day of work and dropping face down on the bed, or snuggling into the blankets for just a few more minutes in the morning.
But when your bed doesn't meet all of your needs, the disappointment is nightly. Make sure you’re not settling for a letdown—here are three ways your bed might be falling short of what a great bed should be.
The two epidemics in America which we seem to hear about the most are a lack of sleep and widespread obesity. Unfortunately, it’s not just attention-grabbing headlines: according to studies, over one third of Americans are obese, and one third don’t get enough sleep.
The closeness of these two figures may be more than coincidence. A growing body of research shows a strong association between sleep deprivation and weight gain. In a meta-analysis that encompassed 634,511 subjects, both male and female, ranging in age from 2 to 102, researchers found a consistent increased risk of obesity among those who don’t sleep enough.
So what role does sleep loss play in weight gain—and, on the flip side, can quality sleep help with weight loss?